Morning flurries. A mix of sun and cloud for the afternoon.
Top of the World
Top of Morrisey
Measured at mid mountain. Updated January 18th at 12:04pm
*New snow data is reset at 3:30pm everyday after the lifts close.
New Snow *9cm
Crystal Chair, Tower 10
Sunburst Express, Tower 18
Sundance Express, Tower 20
Morrisey Express, Tower 10
Forecast for Mid Mountain:
Saturday: Early morning snow easing to a few flurries. A further 1 to 3 cms. A mix of sun and cloud for the afternoon. Wind east 10 km/h with gusts to 20 km/h. High near minus 8 C.
Saturday night: Mainly cloudy. Chance of a flurry. Wind east 10 km/h with gusts to 20 km/h. Low near minus 7 C.
Sunday: Mainly cloudy. A few scattered flurries. Wind east 12 km/h with gusts to 25 km/h. High near minus 3 C.
A Pacific warm front will work its way across the interior this morning. Some snow associated early this morning. We will be in the warm sector for the afternoon and will see some warming. For tonight and Sunday there will be a southwest upper flow. While there will be some flurries we are not looking at significant snowfalls for this time period. Gusty winds through the short range forecast period. Temperatures will trend milder over this weekend.
Monday through Wednesday:
A mild southwest upper flow for Monday will give variable cloud with only the chance of a flurry. An upper trough will develop for Tuesday giving some light snow. Cloud and a few flurries for Wednesday. Gusty and variable winds at times. Daytime highs near minus 3 C.